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[Amazon Canada] Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphone - $150 (Amazon Prime Members Only)

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[Amazon Canada] Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphone - $150 (Amazon Prime Members Only)

Thx OP, bought 10! :facepalm:
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Wired and Regular Price was $200 at Microsoft and BestBuy. They are sold out everywhere so this is decent price for wired ANC given the new gen are 450 + tax.
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I spent $219 for these a few months ago. The noise canceling (in my semi-noisy office environment) works great. Sound quality is very good, but far from stellar.
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Aren't these like several years old? Tempting but not sure if there aren't better for the price.
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I talked myself out of buying these.
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The Destroyer wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:41 pm
Aren't these like several years old? Tempting but not sure if there aren't better for the price.
They work great and will probably last longer than the new wireless QC35.
QC25 uses regular AAA batteries.
QC35 has internal Li-ion rechargeable battery - once it is kaput, good luck finding a replacement.
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Slightly off topic... I bought these but i have the QC 15's , which i bought in 2011.... They still work but the ear cushions are falling apart. is there a cheap alternatives to buying replacements?
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Very tempting buy my QC15 that I got from Target are still working very well...
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benzylique wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:50 pm
Slightly off topic... I bought these but i have the QC 15's , which i bought in 2011.... They still work but the ear cushions are falling apart. is there a cheap alternatives to buying replacements?
Common issue with BOSE: Buy Other Sound Equipment. Feel good they lasted longer than others' units.
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The Destroyer wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:41 pm
Aren't these like several years old? Tempting but not sure if there aren't better for the price.
LMAO, for $150?!? No, there's nothing better for double that price. Maybe they're not the "best quality sound" for that price (debatable), but there's nothing out there that's comparable in terms of active noise cancelling anywhere close to this cost. Most comparable headphones in terms of quality at this prices don't even have noise cancelling. You're wasting your time looking.
carbide wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:46 pm
They work great and will probably last longer than the new wireless QC35.
QC25 uses regular AAA batteries.
QC35 has internal Li-ion rechargeable battery - once it is kaput, good luck finding a replacement.
All true, but not the same price class, so not sure if applicable.


Anyway, I think these are being discontinued by Bose. They're no longer selling them on their site and they seem to be concentrating on all wireless.
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Already have a pair... the wire can be annoying but the noise cancelling is amazing. I don't fly without them
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The ANC on the QC25 is really good, and for $150 this is a fantastic deal.
As long as you don't care about Bluetooth, and are not worried about 3.5mm jacks disappearing from your electronics then this is a no brainer.

I have a pair that I used to use without the cable on airplanes (when sleeping) to eliminate most of the noise.
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benzylique wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:50 pm
Slightly off topic... I bought these but i have the QC 15's , which i bought in 2011.... They still work but the ear cushions are falling apart. is there a cheap alternatives to buying replacements?
I don't know if there's a pair of headphones out there that doesn't have this issue after 7 years. Time, pressure and skin grease will do that to foam. Try getting replacement pads (ebay).
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FatWallet wrote:
Jul 16th, 2018 3:55 pm
Common issue with BOSE: Buy Other Sound Equipment. Feel good they lasted longer than others' units.
Yeah I am begging to buy better sound equipment ! I am only wondering where to buy the qc 15 ear cushion replacements other than Bose... I mean... they're 45 bucks for ear cushions!!

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